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Event Calendar / They Came From Sacramento: California Legislature’s 2012 Work Product for Private Sector Employers
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They Came From Sacramento: California Legislature’s 2012 Work Product for Private Sector Employers
In 2012, the California Legislature passed, and Governor Jerry Brown signed, 876 bills into law. By comparison, Congress has passed, and President Obama signed, fewer than 140 bills into public law in 2012 – and those new laws included the Mark Twain Commemorative Coin Act, the No-Hassle Flying Act of 2012, and the naming of dozens of post office buildings.

Chris Cobey and Matt Ruggles from employment and labor law firm Littler Mendelson have sorted through the Golden State’s 2012 legislative work product, in addition to some new regulations, to be able to present to you, a list of the top laws and regulations that are most important to California’s private sector employers, and what employers must do to be compliant with them. These new laws and regulations include:

•       Greatly expanded access for current and former employees and their representatives to some of their personnel records, including penalties for employers who do not provide covered records within the short time periods set by the new law;

•       New requirements for the wage statements (“pay stubs”) issued to employees, including an increased exposure to class action lawsuits for noncompliance;

•       An expansion of employees’ religious discrimination protections, and prohibitions on employer actions;

•       The new requirement for written commission agreements;

•       Revised California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) pregnancy and disability regulations; and

•       A new minimum wage law for entities employing employees in San Jose.

Chris and Matt will also offer their thoughts on what to expect from the California Legislature, and from Congress and the federal agencies, in 2013. Register today to join XpertHR and Litter for this enlightening webcast.
01/31/2013 3:00 pm o'clock
01/31/2013 4:00 pm o'clock
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Who should participate:

HR Professionals with responsibilities for employees in California.

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HR professionals will learn:
  • The significant new California laws affecting most California employers;
  • What new laws are applicable to specific types of California employers; and
  • What changes need to be made to internal policies, forms, handbooks, etc. to ensure compliance with the new laws.
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